Area Accommodations

The following hotels are in the area of the Emmanuel campus for family members who choose to stay overnight while your student stays on campus for her or his orientation session.  In addition, we have listed a few restaurants in close proximity to the campus.  Additional information on places to eat and local places of interest in Boston can be provided once you arrive.

The Inn at Longwood
DISCOUNTED RATE: Emmanuel College
342 Longwood Avenue
Boston, MA 02115
Reservations: 617-532-6225 or cchartoff@innatlongwood.com

Residence Inn Boston Back Bay/Fenway
DISCOUNTED RATE: Emmanuel College (phone only)
125 Brookline Avenue
Boston, MA 02215
Reservations: 800-409-2427

The Verb Hotel
DISCOUNTED RATE: Mention code BOSF by phone or click here 
1271 Boylston Street
Boston, MA 02215
Reservations: 617-566-4500

Beacon Inn
1087 Beacon Street
Brookline, MA 02446
Reservations: 888-575-0088

Holiday Inn Boston
1200 Beacon Street
Brookline, MA 02446
Reservations: 617-2717-1200

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Bertucci's Brick Oven Pizzeria is located at 1 Blackfan Circle (Children's Hospital). Bertucci's has delicious pizza, pasta and salads. There is also a Bertucci's located in Kenmore Square (533 Commonwealth Avenue).
(617) 739-2492
www.bertuccis.com

Legal Seafood offers many fresh seafood options and daily specials. It is located in Copley Place, 100 Huntington Ave.
(617) 266-7775
www.legalseafoods.com

Pizzeria Uno Restaurant and Bar is located in Kenmore Square. Pizzeria Uno serves great individual and large pizzas, as well as pasta dishes and salads.
(617) 262-4911
www.unos.com

Regina Pizzeria is "Boston's Original Pizzeria!" Serving delicious brick oven pizza. Located at 1330 Boylston St. (right down the street from Emmanuel)
(617) 266-9210
www.pizzeriaregina.com

Sweet Cheeks Q serves Texas style BBQ in a family style setting. Located at 1381 Boylston St. (right down the street from Emmanuel)
(617) 266-1300
www.sweetcheeksq.com

Tasty Burger is steps away from Fenway Park serving a variety of fresh and healthy burgers.1301 Boylston St. (right down the street from Emmanuel)
(617) 425-4444
www.tastyburger.com

Yard House is an upscale-casual eatery known for great food, classic rock music and over 130-250 taps of imported, craft and specialty ales and lagers. Located 126 Brookline Ave. (walking distance from Emmanuel)
(617) 236-4083
www.yardhouse.com

Panera Bread is a bakery café chain that serves sandwiches, salads and more! Located at 201 Brookline Ave (right down the street from Emmanuel)
(617) 247-0174
www.panerabread.com

Chipotle is a Fast-Food chain offering Mexican fare, including design-your-own burritos, tacos & bowls. Located at 148 Brookline Ave (right down the street from Emmanuel)
(617) 236-4950
www.chipotle.com

Sweet Green is a locavore-friendly counter-serve chain specializing in organix salads, soups & bowls. Located at 132 Brookline Ave (right down the street from Emmanuel)
(857) 233-2673
www.sweetgreen.com

Wahlburgers is a counter-serve spot near Fenway Park from Mark Whalberg & brothers that is know for their burgers and shakes. Located at 132 Brookline Ave (right down the street from Emmanuel)
(617) 927-6810
www.wahlburgersboston.com

Saloniki is an industrial-chic casual restaurant with customizable Greek plates, pitas & more. Located at 4 Kilmarnock St (right down the street from Emmanuel)
(617) 266-0001
www.salonikigreek.com

Tiger Mama offers a Southeast-Asian inspired food. Located at 1363 Boylston St (right down the street from Emmanuel)
(617) 425-6262
www.tigermamaboston.com

Blaze Pizza is a counter-serve pizzeria dishing up crispy, thin-crust pies made with creative toppings & sauces with a build your own pizza feature. Located at 1282 Boylston St (right down the street from Emmanuel)
(617) 420-5200
www.blazepizza.com

Thornton's is a comfortable neighborhood bar & grill serving traditional American plates. Located at 100 Peterborough St.
(617) 421-0104
www.thorntonsfenwaygrille.com

Neighborhoods Cafe is a artisan coffee and crepe shop in the Fenway neighborhood known for their crepes and lattes. Located at 96 Peterborough St.
(617) 262 7700
www.neighborhoodscafe.com

Rod-Dee 2 is a thai chain that offers quick service of thai cuisine. Located at 94 Peterborough St.
(617) 859-0969
www.roddeethaicuisine.com

El Pelon Taqueria is a tiny outpost with Mexican street eats. Located at 92 Peterborough St.
(617) 262-9090
www.elpelon.com

Gyro City is an informal Greek eatery with sidewalk seating offering gyros, souvlaki, soups, salads & sides. Located at 88 Peterborough.
(617) 266-4976
www.gyrocity.com

Tatte Bakery and Café is a quaint eatery that serves a variety of breakfast, lunch, and brunch options. Located at 1352 Boylston St.
617.366.1800
www.tattebakery.com/

Bennett's Sandwich Shop is a cool, casual sandwich shop, known for lobster rolls and Philly cheesesteak. Located at 84 Peterborough St.
(857) 239-9736
http://www.bennetts-store.com/

Longwood Galleria Food Court is a quick place to grab a bite to eat or a quick cup of coffee. Located at 350 Longwood Avenue at the corner of Brookline Avenue.
617-566-5204
www.longwoodgalleria.com/

Meet The Team

Ashley Royer '21

As a second year Orientation Leader (OL), Ashley Royer ’21 is excited to trade in her title for a new one: Administrative Orientation Leader (AOL). The elementary education and liberal studies major knew she wanted to be an OL during her own orientation. “I came to Emmanuel wanting to get involved with the community, and being an OL seemed like the perfect fit for me!” Ashley says.

Aside from being an OL, Ashley keeps herself busy with other cocurriculars like being Secretary of the Film and Book Club, a member of the service-oriented Saints Giving Back, and a peer tutor in the Academic Resource Center. One thing Ashley loves about Emmanuel is the strong community. She says that because of Emmanuel’s small size, “it creates a comfortable community” for every student. With a full year under her belt since becoming an OL, she says her favorite part of the job is getting to know the students individually beyond orientation. Ashley says, “Relationships with students continue after orientation and throughout the school year, so it’s great seeing them grow.”

We're Here to Help.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the Orientation Hotline at 617-735-9817 or at orientation@emmanuel.edu.

Other important dates and deadlines can be found here. If you haven't done so already, check out and join the official Emmanuel College Class of 2024 Facebook group.

 

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